Yeast Rash is a different beast than other diaper rashes. Unlike other diaper rashes, you're treating a fungus and fungus spores. To clear up a yeast rash quickly, follow these steps and use one of the recommended creams below. As an alternative to rash cream, you can apply a 50/50 blend of ACV (apple cider vinegar) and water to the affected area at every diaper change until the rash disappears.
** This cream is not recommended for use with cloth diapers that have fleece, stay-dry, minky or charcoal bamboo fabrics inside as it will stick to your diapers and cause them to leak and repel. The cream can be removed but it will require scrubbing and multiple washes.
NOTE: Vaseline should be avoided altogether.
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If your little has a yeast rash - "hugs mama". I'm sorry you and your little have to deal with this. The good news is that you're in good hands with this article. I've battled yeast rash at least 3 times that I can remember and each time I was able to get it to clear up in about a week with no trip (or copay) to the doctor's office using 3 simple steps.